Months in Review: June 2013

Couldn’t believe myself that June was finally over! It is now coming to the second half of the Year of 2013, which also marks the age of 5-months-old for ‘Coffee and The Sky (CATS)’. Yay! That’s awesome! 😀

Cheers to entire CATS lovely loyal readers out there, and warmest welcome to all new readers! Million of thanks for all the love and support!

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Also raising my cheers to June, and here’s what happened.

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Months in Review: May 2013

It’s quite late to review the month of May now.

Particularly because, I don’t have an internet connection at my new home. Yes! My NEW home. May was all about the new house, the moving and all. Nothing much happened to the personal life-changing plans. Perhaps maybe because there wasn’t much time or chances to do so.

This time, I am summarizing my May review.

In terms of financial aspects, I had my ‘Saving Private Fifty’ worked out fine in May. My debt management plan was a total failure during the month of May, seeing the credit card statement came to my hands 2 weeks ago. Most retail transactions ended up in stores such as Ikea – lots and lots of interior design shops, furniture and lighting shops, groceries market, and more; pretty much all about the household things. I left with no option but sacrificing myself for the long term and for a good cause; for the new house.

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Finding a New Life in a New Place

For the past few weeks, I have been spending most of my time on a Mega Project – Moving in to our new house. For the first time ever in my life, I will be moving out from my parents’ house and will be living with hubs in our own, new house which we have bought somewhere in Year 2011. It’s definitely a huge step, opening another new chapter of my life.

Most people described moving into a new home is fun. But for me, it’s a mixed feeling.

The excitement, craze and fun happened upon the time I placed my booking on one of the property (it wasn’t a built-ready house, so we have to wait). That was the beginning stage. Now that the house is finally ready, your energy is all drained out and consumed lots of your time, primarily on the planning, packing, moving and cleaning.

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